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All 'N All

21 May 2012 | Format: MP3

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All N All, EW&F at the top of their game! for me this was their finest work & the production & sheer polish of the players shines through on every track. worth buying for the fabulous 'Brazilian Rhyme' alone... I love it
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The warmth that is exuded from this collection of songs is quite overwhelming to say the least. This is music for everyone who loves happy music. Maurice White and his crew really created something wonderful here back in '77. This is essentially an album of dance music, but not of the mechanical kind, so often found in today's club scene. This is sophisticated and intelligent, something that is absolutely drenched in soul and furthermore, this is music that transcends genre. A true fusion.
All 'n' All's success is that it explores so many different types of grooves but is never a jack of all trades/master of none. Listen to track 9 Runnin' and you can hear dashes of 50's John Coltrane which I'm sure would please any die-hard jazz fan, mixed with Samba that Airto would be proud of. If you want to hear funk, listen to Jupiter. If you want to hear a beautifully sung ballad (and the voice of an angel) listen to Phillip Bailey on I'll write a song for you.
I got this album yesterday and since it's arrival through the post, have practically had it on a constant loop. I took it into work yesterday playing it to a few buddies, people with varied tastes in tunes, folks who are into Jazz, House, Hip-hop, Metal, Garage, the list goes on, but the resounding factor was that they liked the tunes on this album. Says a lot for joyful music such as this. If more people listened to these tunes i'm pretty convinced there'd be less fussing and fighting in the world.
Summing up, one of the happiest album's I've heard in years. Hope this recording brings my fellow listeners the same joy that it has brought me in the short time that i've had owned it.
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By Russ on 22 Jun. 2003
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This is an amazing piece of musical history, unmatched by any other music for its time in production quality and overall funkyness, only topped by the wickedy wicked sleeve artwork. I'm basing this on the original vinyl release, i havent heard the CD but i'll bet its a winner. 6 billion out of 5. (a star for everyone who should listen to this) corny but TRUE!
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This is EWF's most innovative album. They take their strengths of vocal and instrumental arrangements to the max. 'Serpentine Fire' starts us off with a bang and then it's onto the classic 'Fantasy' with its deep spiritualism and changes of pace. Segues are common on EWF albums, a gentle Kalimba rhythm leads us into the belter that is 'Jupiter' with its stonking horn arrangement, WOW!!! 'Love's Holiday' starts patiently enough before building into an impassioned cresendo thanks to Maurice White. 'I'll Write a Song' for you once again demonstrates Phillip Bailey's wonderful falsetto but then we have the two best tracks. 'Magic Mind' demonstrates early base synth and THE FUNK, you will not keep your feet still. 'Runnin' is essentualy an instrumental but goes from funk to chaos with a great touch of having 'Serpentine Fire' as if coming from a radio in the background. We finish off with 'Brazilian Rhyme' and 'Be Ever Wonderful' a track i recently used to test hi-fi and it made me remember just how good this album is.
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I have a great system and it's able to catch the hole information of a cd and the blu spec sound better. E.W.F has magnific traks on this cd . Dance again guys !
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